|Stephen Barneby (#47157980)|
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I have been working on my family genealogy since I was in grade school. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.|
I am retired from both the Army and the Diplomatic Service. My wife and I split our time between Phoenixville, Pennsylvania and Jarbidge, Nevada.
You are welcome to use any information, including photos, that I have posted on Findagrave.
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|Jay Lance||Setsuzo Ota|
I received an edit for Setsuzo Ota (Memorial# 142322668)
stating that Tatsuko N. Nakayama Ota (1915 - 1993) #85923837 was another spouse of his...but it failed to confirm whether it was a first for second marriage (I assume 2nd after Lucy)? Can you help me confirm the date of this union, so that I can add your info? Also, I would be grateful for your source, and any additional information that you or it could provide.
|Veronica Jordan||Florin Benoit|
Would you like me to transfer his memorial and that of his wife's to you?
|Michael Hague||RE: Jarbidge Cemetery|
Steve, transferred 26 memorials to your care. Good that you are documenting these memorials.
I do not believe in hoarding memorials. You have a great project at the Jarbidge Cemetery it is easier make changes when you have management of memorials.
|Michael Hague||Jarbidge Cemetery|
Stephen, I have close to 30 memorials at Jarbidge Cemetery. Would you like to manage them ?
By the way Stephen, I put pictures of my GG Grandparents, Joseph Yates Perkins and Polly LeBar Perkins on Find A Grave on their memorial. also, check out the frames. I have them hanging in our home. They were stored in their attic for over 50 years and were in very bad shape, so I restored them myself.
|Trevor Meade||RE: William C Menking - Findagrave #131716922|
Absolutely not. And good luck with your Jarbidge project !!!
|Thomas Odell||Re:Perkins cabin|
I just found your note with the article on the Perkins cabin. Thanks. It is kind of blurry, but I can make it out. Very interesting. As I told you, my Grandfather told me about it when I was a boy.
|Thomas Odell||RE: Mrs. Hickok|
At that time several people in Woodward new her as Mrs. Hickok. The boy selling news papers new of her right away.
I have also found the names of different people named Hickok that lived in Woodward, but could not find much information on them.
There is one Mrs. Hickok that lived in Oklahoma by the name of Ella Cecil Perkins Hickok that is a possible. Her birth and death dates are right and she was a Perkins. There is a person in Find A Grave that is related to her. I believe her name is Mary Ketchum or something like that. She is a sponsor for Ella, as she is related.
Also, Do you have a way that I can get the article on The Perkins cabin?
|Thomas Odell||Alice M.Perkins|
Hi again Stephen;
I noticed something else about Thomas Perkins' wife Alice. She is listed in the 1860 census as a sister to Thomas and about a year and a half older. Maybe she was a step sister, as they got married. The ages agree with their ages in their death information.
|Thomas Odell||Mrs. Hickok|
Sorry - S/B Hickok, not Hockok.
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